I suddenly find myself pleasantly surrounded by a constellation of shiny supahstahs:
1) Presenting...the new Assistant Pro at Half Moon Bay Golf Links, Señor Francis "Don't-Call-Him-Paqui" Delfino.
2) Presenting...new short-film sensation, all-around Renaissance Man, and FOV (that would be "Friend o' Ver") Ben Soriano, currently starring in Diez.
3) Presenting...future journalistic sensation Luisa Montes and her first-ever byline.
I'm getting all sparkly just typing! And speaking of sparkly...you can bet I'll be at this reading (as long as my parents babysit, my cousin Matt successfully finagles the afternoon off, and the moon is in opposition to Pluto, all of which—somewhat miraculously—look to be happening):
Celebrate the West Coast joint book launch of Nick Carbo's Andalusian Dawn (Cherry Grove, 2004) and Luis Francia's Museum of Absences (Meritage Press, 2004).
In a multi-generational Pinoy poet lineup, Nick Carbo and Luis Francia will be joined by New Jersey-based Patrick Rosal and San Francisco-based Anthem Salgado. Book signing follows.
Thursday March 17, 2005
SFPL Main Library
Lower Level, Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
100 Larkin Street (at Grove),
415-557-4277 for more information
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